Master's Program in Political Science in Central America and Caribbean
Compare Masters Programs in Political Science in Central America and Caribbean 2019
A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Political science programs teach students the basic elements of the government and the various factions and processes that control it. Topics such as comparative government, international relations, and conflict resolution may also be covered.
As for the educational organizations of Central America, they are improving. Many American colleges and universities run foreign classes in Central America and the Caribbeans, and they are consistently among the most popular ones. And even if the full-time learning by Americans has not been traditionally admitted, it is certainly gaining in this regard.
View all Master Programs in Political Science in Central America and Caribbean 2019
1 Results in Political Science, Central America and Caribbean
The Master of Diplomacy and International Relations arises from the need to train experts in international and interagency management, knowing law and international practice, academic training and practice that allows the creation and utilization of development opportunities in the areas cooperation, diplomacy, politics, commerce, industry and culture for the benefit of Guatemala and Guatemalans.